NIADA Artists have been featured in a variety of publications including documentaries, books, journal articles and online media. They have also contributed to research into the design and creation of art dolls through the development of tutorials, guides and technical resources. Below is a list of museum representation, publications and videos that feature NIADA Artists.

Artists in Museums

Alaska State Museum, Juneau, Alaska
Mary Ellen Frank

Arrowmont School Of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Akira Blount

Children’s Discovery Museum, Grand Rapids, Minnesota
Faith Wick

Coburger Puppenmuseum, Coburg, Germany
Astry Campbell

Delaware Toy & Miniature Museum, Wilmington, Delaware
Stephanie Blythe

Detroit Children’s Museum, Detroit, Michigan
Astry Campbell

The Doll House Museum, Marysville, Kansas
Kenneth von Essen
912 Broadway, Marysville, Kansas 66508

Hessisches Puppenmuseum, Hanau, Germany
Astry Campbell

Louvre (Musee des Arts Decoratif) Paris, France
Mirren Barrie, Floyd Bell, Stephanie Blythe, Akira, Blount, Jane Davies,
June Goodnow, Dorothy Heizer, Maggie Iacono, Helen Kish, Junko Liesfeld, Anne Mitrani, Sylvia Natterer, Susanna Oroyan, Lynn & Michael Roche, Robert Tonner, Ellen Turner and R. John Wright

Minnesota Historical Museum
Annie Wahl

Morris Museum, Morristown, New Jersey
Astry Campbell, Dorothy Heizer

Musee de Poupees, Josselin, France
Floyd Bell, Akira Blount, Jane Davies, June Goodnow, Helen Kish, Junko Liesfeld, Anne Mitrani, Sylvia Natterer, Lynn & Michael Roche, Robert Tonner and R. John Wright

Museum der Deutschen Spielzeugindustrie, Neustadt bei Coburg, Germany
Moonyoung Jeong, Sylvia Natterer. Elisabeth Flueler-Tomamichel

Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon, Georgia
Akira Blount

Pataka Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
Tanya Marriott

Philadelphia Doll Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Floyd Bell

Puppenmuseum  Stein am Rhein, Switzerland
Elisabeth Flueler-Tomamichel

Sekiguchi Doll Garden, Izu, Shizuoka, Japan
Sylvia Natterer, Shelley Thornton, Jo-Ellen Trilling, Annie Wahl

Alfred P. Sloan Museum, Flint, Michigan
Halle Blakeley, Dorothy Heizer, Gertrude Florian

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Astry Campbell, Dorothy Heizer

Southern Highlands Craft Guild, Asheville, North Carolina
Akira Blount

The Susan Quinlan Doll & Teddy Bear Museum & Library, Santa Barbara, California
Tatiana Baeva, Mirren Barrie, Floyd Bell, Roberta Bell, Halle Blakeley, Akira Blount, Stephanie Blythe, Carol Bowling, Reina Mia Brill, Frances Bringloe, Helen Bullard, Astry Campbell, Judith Condon, Carolyn Cort Newson, Jodi & Richard Creager, Kate Church, Betty Curtiss, Ankie Daanen, Jane Davies, Marianne De Nunez, Fern Deutsch, Diana Effner, Margaret Finch, Gwen Flather, Gertrude Florian, Elisabeth Flueler-Tomamichel, Suzanne Gibson, June Goodnow, Christine Gorman, Patti Hale, Martha Armstrong Hand, Renee Harrison, Dorothy Heizer, Maggie Iacono, Moonyoung Jeong, Sharon Johnson, Tine Kamerbeek, Maggie Head Kane, Leslie Keeble, Helen Kish, Gail Lackey, Grace Lathrop, Pat Lillich, Gladys MacDowell, Norma Mellen, Leslie Molen, Carol Nordell, Ada Odenrider, Suzanne Oroyan, Karin Otto-Burfict, Irma Park, Wee (Betty) Paulson, Deborah C. Pope, Marilyn Radzat, Bernard Ravca, Frances Diecks Ravca, Donna May Robinson, Lynne & Michael Roche, France and Jacques Rommel, Cecilia Rothman, Madeline Saucier, Susan Scogin, Lewis Sorenson, Joyce Stafford, Tamara Steinhall, George Stuart, Elizabeth Sweet, Shelley Thornton, Ellery Thorpe, Carla Thompson,Fred Thompson, Lillian Tolido-Elzer, Robert Tonner, Nina Tugarina, Eunice Tuttle, Ellen Turner, Marlaine Verhelst, Annie Wahl, Katherine Walmsley, Nancy Walters, Faith Wick, Nancy Wiley, Lita Wilson, R. John Wright, and Fawn Zeller
122 W. Canon Perdido Street, Santa Barbara, California

Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
Akira Blount

The Strong Museum, Rochester, New York
Astry Campbell, Dewes Cochran, Helen Bullard (3), Martha Thompson (64), Dorothy Heizer (10), the Ravcas (4, two sets of two), Magge Head (2), Gertrude Florian (2), Muriel Bruyere (2), and Lewis Sorenson (1).

The Toy & Miniature Museum of Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri
Stephanie Blythe, Shelley Thornton, Susan Scoggin

UFDC Museum, Kansas City, Missouri
10900 N Pomona Ave, Kansas City, Missouri 64153
Ph: 816-891-7040

Ventura County Museum of History and Art, Ventura, California
George Stuart

White House Craft Collection, Clinton Library, Little Rock, Arkansas
Akira Blount

MaryEllen Frank
Doll by MaryEllen Frank

Institutional Collections

Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art, Bellevue, Washington (closed)
Frances Bringloe, Akira Blount, Stephanie Blythe (with Susan Snodgrass), Helen Bullard, Astry Campbell, Arlyn Coad, Dewees Cochran, Jodi & Richard Creager, Diana Effner, Margaret Finch, Marta Finch-Kozlosky, Mary Ellen Frank, Martha Armstrong-Hand, Dorothy Heizer, Margaret Hoag, Dorothy Hoskins, Helen Kish, Michael Langton, Grace Lathrop, Lisa Lichtenfels, Robert McKinley, Sylvia Natterer, Susanna Oroyan, Ada Odenrider, Irma Park, Bernard Ravca, Cecelia Rothman, Lewis Sorenson, Martha Thompson, Robert Tonner, Kenneth Von Essen, Nancy Walters, Faith Wick, R. John Wright, Fawn Zeller


  • Adventures in Dollmaking. Perf. Leslie Molen. DVD.
  • Akira Blount Art Doll Workshops: Lesson 1- Heads & Hands. Perf. Akira Blount. DVD. Akira Studios.
  • The Ama, the Development of the Female Form. Perf. Lisa Lichtenfels. DVD. Rockfish Press, 2002 (2006).
  • Artists in a Different Light. Dir. Annie Wahl. Perf. NIADA Artists. DVD. NIADA, 2007.
  • The Beautiful Dolls of Martha Thompson. Diana Lence Crosby, 2005.
  • Customizing Doll Patterns. Dir. Antonette Cely., 2001.
  • Dabida Doll Art. Perf. Dutch & Belgian Doll Artists. DVD. Dutch & Belgian Institute of Doll Artists.
  • Dan Fletcher-Washi Doll Maker. New Yorkers Episode #691-341. Global Japan LLC.
  • Dedicated to the Art of the Doll. Dir. Antonette Cely. Perf. NIADA artists. DVD. NIADA, 2004.
  • The Doll. Prod. Lee Hubbard Crowe. Dir. Mel Metcalfe III. VHS. A Doll for Annie LLC.
  • Doll Art. Santa Fe Doll Art 1996. Sirocco Productions, c. 1996.
  • A Fairie’s Tale: The Little Fairie Who Could. Maggie Iacono. 708 Productions for Maggie Made Dolls.
  • A Gathering of Excellence. Perf. Tine Kamerbeek. 1991.
  • Good Day, Tampa Bay. Dir. Russell Rhodes. Perf. Chris Chomick & Peter Meder. DVD. WTVT, 1997.
  • Hand Sculpting into Porcelain. Perf. Marlaine Verhelst.
  • Kate Church: A Short Documentary Film. Dir. Hans-Joerg Reidi. 2002
  • Lisa Lichtenfels in Studio. “By their own Hands” series. Continental Cablevision & Channel 57.
  • Making Faces & Wigs for Cloth Dolls. Dir. Antonette Cely. DVD. 2002.
  • Our Musical Staff. Maggie Iacono. 708 Productions for Maggie Made Dolls.
  • The National Institute of American Doll Artists Presents NIADA, the Early Years. Diana Lence Crosby, 2003.
  • Neighbors. Perf. John Belushi, Dan Akroyd, and doll by Beverly Cerepak. Film. Columbia Films, 1981.
  • Painting Expressive Eyes with Dianna Effner. Perf. Dianna Effner. Expressions.
  • The Perfect Hat. Maggie Iacono. 708 Productions for Maggie Made Dolls.
  • The Gravy: Series 4, Episode 9. Perf. Tanya Marriott. Television New Zealand, 2010
  • The Living Room, Season 3. Perf. Tanya Marriott. Sticky Pictures, 2006
  • Persephone, Soft Sculpture Techniques of Lisa Lichtenfels. DVD. Rockfish Press, 1999 (2006).
  • Robert McKinley’s Dollmaking Workshop. Dir. Bill Nelson. Perf. Robert McKinley. Bill Nelson Studios.
  • Sculpting a Child’s Head with Dianna Effner. Perf. Dianna Effner. Expressions.
  • Sculpting the Hands. Perf. Jodi Creager. DVD. Creager Studios.
  • Sculpting the Head. Perf. Richard & Jodi Creager. DVD. Creager Studios.
  • A Surprise Ending. Maggie Iacono. 708 Productions for Maggie Made Dolls.
  • Thank You UFDC, The Adventuress of Fidelia Lence & Diana Lence Crosby at UFDC Conventions, The First 25 Years. Slide program. Diana Lence Crosby, 2007.
  • The Tin Soldier. Perf. Jon Voight and doll by Floyd Bell. Film. Crystal Sky Worldwide, 1995.
  • UFDC Program #432. The work of Martha Armstrong-Hand. California Scenic Coast Doll Club.
  • WeSide Stories. Dir. Wes Sarginson. Perf. Chris Chomick & Peter Meder. DVD. WFLA, 1997.
  • The World of the Doll Artist. Prod. Lee Crowe, Larry Rattner. Dir. James Seligman. Choices, Inc., 2009

Doll by Olga Roehl

Artists in Books

  • 500 Handmade Dolls: Modern Explorations of the Human Form. Asheville: Lark Books, 2007
  • Baeva, Tatiana. Voyage to the Old-Glove-Land. Moscow, Russia: XXI Century, 1991.
  • Bailey, Elinor Peace. Mother Plays with Dolls. Vancouver: EPM Publications, 1990.
  • Baker, Lillian. Creative & Collectible Miniatures. Paducah: Collector Books, 1983.
  • Berger, Aude. Art Figuratif et Poupées Contemporaines de Collection. Saint-Estève, France: Les Presses Littéraires, 2008.
  • Bullard, Helen. Dorothy Heizer: The Artist and Her Dolls, monograph. New York: NIADA, 1972.
  • Bullard, Helen. Faith Wick: Doll Maker Extraordinaire Cumberland: Hobby House Press, 1986.
  • Bullard, Helen. My People in Wood, Autobiography of a Dollmaker. Cumberland: Hobby House Press, 1984.
  • Bullard, Helen. The American Doll Artist. Boston: Charles T. Branford Co., 1965.
  • Bullard, Helen. The American Doll Artist, Vol. II. North Kansas City: Athena Co., 1975.
  • Carroll, Lewis. Alice in Wonderland. Nancy Wiley, illustrator. Canandaigua: W.O.W. Publishing, 2009.
  • Cely, Antonette. Dollmaking: Theory & Practice, Creating Your Own Fabric, Vol. 1. Atlanta: Antonette Cely, 1991.
  • Cely, Antonette. Dollmaking: Theory & Practice, Cloth Dollmaking, Vol. 2. Atlanta: Antonette Cely, 1993.
  • Child, Lauren, Polly Borland, and Emily Jenkins (with figures by R. John Wright). Goldilocks and the Three Bears. London: Puffin, 2008.
  • Cochran, Dewees. As If They Might Speak. Santa Cruz: Paperweight Press, 1979.
  • Creating World-Dolls. Kyoto, Japan: Maria Publishing, 1996.
  • Culea, Patti Medaris. Creative Cloth Doll Couture. Beverly: Quarry Books, 2006.
  • Daanen, Ankie. Costuming the Doll: a Creative Adventure. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Ankie Daanen, 2005.
  • Daanen, Ankie. Make Beautiful Dolls with Ankie Daanen. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Ankie Daanen, 2007.
  • Dabida (The Dutch and Belgian Institute of Doll Artists). Doll Art/Poppenkunst. Houten, the Netherlands: DABIDA, 2007.
  • Dolls-Encyclopedia of Japanese Doll Artists. Kyoto, Japan: Maria Publishing, 1996, 1997, 1998.
  • Edward, Linda. Cloth Dolls. Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing, 1997.
  • Ericson, Rolf and Ragnhild. Sculpting Little People, Faith Wick’s Guide to Basic Sculpting Techniques, Vols. I & II. Oneonta: Seeley’s Ceramic Service, 1983, 1988.
  • Evseeva, Tatiana, ed. Dolls of the World. Moscow, Russia: Avanta+, 2003.
  • Fecher, Louise. A Dollmaker’s Art: The Creations of Nancy Wiley. Cumberland: Reverie Publishing Co., 2004.
  • Fecher, Louise. Helen Kish: The Artist and Her Dolls. Cumberland: Reverie Publishing Co., 2006.
  • Fecher, Louise. Here Come the Bride Dolls. New York: Portfolio Press, 2001.
  • Finnegan, Stephanie. The Dollhouse Book. New York: Black Dog & Leventhal, 1999.
  • Finnegan, Stephanie. The Robert Tonner Story: Dreams and Dolls. New York: Portfolio Press, 2000.
  • Fisch, Arline. Textile Techniques in Metal. Asheville:Lark Books, 2001.
  • Forek-Schmahl, Marion. Directory of Doll Art. Jülich,Germany: Verlag Marianne Cieslik, 1991.
  • Forek-Schmahl, Marion. Kunstobjeckt Puppe. Weingarten, Germany: Weingarten Press, 1990.
  • Forek-Schmahl, Marion. The Transition-Dolls and Figurative Sculptures. Germany: Gelsenkirchen Arachne, 1996.
  • Foulke, Jan. Focusing on Effanbee Composition Dolls. Riverdale: Hobby House Press, 1978.
  • Fukuda, Tomoko. Mother. Japan: Shinpuusha.
  • Garrett, Debbie B. Black Dolls: A Comprehensive Guide to Celebrating, Collecting & Experiencing the Passion. Dallas: Debbie Behan Garrett, 2008.
  • Gibson, Suzanne. The Adventures of the Kalico Kids. Suzanne Gibson, 1975.
  • Goddu, Krystyna Poray, and Wendy Lavitt. The Doll by Contemporary Artists. New York: Abbeville Press, 1995.
  • Goddu, Krystyna Poray. Dollmakers and Their Stories: Women Who Changed the World of Play. New York: Henry Holt & Company Books for Young Readers, 2004.
  • Goddu, Krystyna Poray. R. John Wright: The Art of Toys. Cumberland: Reverie Publishing Co., 2004.
  • Goddu, Krystyna Poray, ed. The Art of the Doll:Contemporary Work of the National Institute of American Doll Artists. NIADA, 1992.
  • Goddu, Krystyna Poray, ed. Music, Music, Music: UFDC 2007 Souvenir Journal. Cumberland: Reverie Publishing Co., 2007.
  • Goddu, Krystyna Poray, ed. Robert Tonner: Inspirations. Cumberland: Reverie Publishing Co., 2006.
  • Goddu, Krystyna Poray, ed. The Robert Tonner Story: Update 2002. New York: Portfolio Press, 2002.
  • Goldovsky, Boris. Dolls: Encyclopedia for Children & Adults. Moscow, Russia: Vremia, 2004.
  • Grau, Ruth, and Bruno Kapahnke. Doll Art. Duisburg, Germany: Puppen & Spielzeug, 1994.
  • Haines, Frank and Elizabeth. Early American Brides. Cumberland: Hobby House Press, 1982.
  • Haines, Frank and Elizabeth. Foreign Brides from Antiquity. Cumberland: Hobby House Press, 1989.
  • Hand, David. Martha Armstrong-Hand’s Living Dolls. Cumberland: Hobby House Press, 1983.
  • Handbook of Collectible Dolls. Saugus: Merrill & Perkins, 1970.
  • Heim, Judy, and Gloria Hansen.
  • Free Stuff for Doll Lovers on the Internet. New York: Watson Guptill, 2000.
  • Ho Phi Le. Angels From the Heart. Cumberland: Hobby House Press, 1995.
  • Hockh, Renate. Künstlerpuppen. Germany: Falken Press, 1992.
  • Imai, Yoko. The Doll Vessel of Pathos, exhibition catalog. Tokyo, Japan: Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, 2003.
  • Kieffer, Susan Mowery, ed. Fiberarts Design Book 7. Asheville: Lark Books, 2004.
  • Korinchak, S. The Art of the Contemporary Doll. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd, 2015
  • LaFosse, Michael. Paper Art: The Art of Sculpting with Paper. Beverly: Rockport Publishers, 1998.
  • Lasky, Kathryn. Dollmaker: Eyelight & Shadow. New York: Scribner Books, 1961.
  • Le Van, Marthe, ed. 500 Brooches. Asheville: Lark Books, 2005.
  • Le Van, Marthe. Making Creative Cloth Dolls. Asheville: Lark Books, 2002.
  • Lichtenfels, Lisa. Figures in Fabric. Cumberland: Reverie Publishing Co., 2004. (Originally published by Portfolio Press, New York, 2001.)
  • Lichtenfels, Lisa. The Basic Body, Soft Sculpture Techniques of Lisa Lichtenfels. Springfield: Lisa Lichtenfels, 1995.
  • Lichtenfels, Lisa. The Basic Head, Soft Sculpture Techniques of Lisa Lichtenfels. Medford: Rockfish Press, 1991.
  • McFadden, Sybil. Fawn Zeller’s Porcelain Dollmaking Techniques. Cumberland: Hobby House Press, 1984.
  • Manolis, Argie. The Doll Sourcebook. Cincinnati: F&W Publications, 1996.
  • McKinley, Robert. Dollmaking: One Artist’s Approach Manteo: Bill Nelson Studio, 1991.
  • McKinley, Robert. Sculpting Dolls in Paperclay. Livonia: Scott Publications: 1994.
  • Metcalfe, Robin. Studio Rally: Art and Craft of Nova Scotia. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada: Goose Lane Editions, 1999.
  • Michaels, Carolyn. Enchanted Companions: Stories of Dolls In Our Lives. Kansas City: Andrew McNeel Publishing, 2003.
  • Merrill, Madeline, and Nellie Perkins. Handbook of Collectible Dolls. Saugus: Woodward & Miller, 1969.
  • Morgenthal, Deborah. A Crafter’s Book of Angels. New York: Sterling, 1995.
  • Musser, Cynthia, ed. Stellar D’Arte: UFDC 2008 Souvenir Journal. Kansas City: UFDC, 2008.
  • Myzina, Irina. Art Dolls. Moscow, Russia: The Wachtanoff Doll Gallery, 2005-2006.
  • N-Collection Moscow. Dolls Dutch Style. Moscow, Russia: N-Collection, 2004.
  • NIADA Art Dolls: Rich Traditions, New Ideas. The NIADA Foundation, the Susan Quinlan Museum, 2009
  • Ogawa, Chieko. The Love Formed Human: Figural Creations for the New Millennium by 153 Artists. Japan: Fuko Co., 2000.
  • Orban, Nancy. Fiberarts Design Book Six. Asheville: Lark Books, 1999.
  • Oroyan, Susanna. Anatomy of a Doll. Concord: C&T Publishing, 1997.
  • Oroyan, Susanna. Designing the Doll. Concord: C&T Publishing, 1999.
  • Oroyan, Susanna. Dolls of the Art Deco Era 1910-1940: Collect, Restore, Create, Play. Concord: C&T Publishing, 2003.
  • Oroyan, Susanna. Fantastic Figures: Ideas and Techniques Using the New Clays. Grand Rapids: C&T Publishing, 1995.
  • Oroyan, Susanna. Finishing the Figure. Concord: C&T Publishing, 2001.
  • Owen, Carol. Crafting Personal Shrines. Asheville: Lark Books, 2005.
  • Packman, Jo. Where Women Create: Inspiring Work Spaces of Extraordinary Women. New York: Sterling/Chappelle, 2005.
  • Perkins, Myla. Black Dolls: An Identification & Values Guide. Paducah: Collector Books, 1991.
  • Perrella, Lynn. Beyond Paper Dolls. Laguna Hills: Somerset Studio, 2006.
  • Pursley, Joan M., and Karen Bischoff. The World’s Most Beautiful Dolls. New York: Konecky & Konecky, 1994.
  • Pursley, Joan M. The World’s Most Beautiful Dolls, Vol. II. New York: Portfolio Press, 2001.
  • Revi, Albert C. Spinning Wheel’s Complete Book of Dolls. New York: Galahad Books, 1975.
  • Richter, Joachim F. Künstlerpuppen. Munich, Germany: Laterna Magica, 1985.
  • Rixford, Ellen. Three Dimensional Illustration. New York: Watson Guptill, 1993.
  • Rondon, Nayda, and Barbara Whiteman. Black Dolls: Proud, Bold & Beautiful. Cumberland: Reverie Publishing Co., 2004.
  • Ryan, Kathleen. Doll Artists at Work. Davie: Infodial, 1995.
  • Searle, Karen. Knitting Art: 150 Innovative Works from 18 Contemporary Artists. Saint Paul: Voyageur Press, 2008.
  • Shobou, Maria. Craft Art, Vol. 1-13. Series. Maria Shobou, 1996-2008.
  • Shobou, Maria. Hitomi. Maria Shobou, 2003.
  • Spadaccini-Day, Barbara. A Celebration of Enchantment: The Unique Dolls of Lynne & Michael Roche. Oxford, UK: Yum Yum Books, 2006.
  • St. George, Eleanor. The Dolls of Yesterday. New York: Scribner’s Sons, 1948.
  • Strahlendorf, Evelyn. The Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Dolls. Toronto, Canada: Charlton Press, 1992.
  • Theriault, Florence. Today’s Treasures, Tomorrow’s Antiques: The Handmade Artist Doll: 1975-2000. Annapolis: Gold Horse Publishing, 2005.
  • Tilmann, Ingrid. Künstlerpuppen. Augsburg: Weltbild Verlag, 1995.
  • Tobin, Paul. White Cloud Worlds: An Anthology of Science fiction and fantasy artwork from Aotearoa, New Zealand. Vol 2. Ignite Inc, 2012
  • Tobin, Paul. White Cloud Worlds: An Anthology of Science fiction and fantasy artwork from Aotearoa, New Zealand. Vol 3. Ignite Inc, 2015
  • Trasko, Mary. Daring Dos: A History of Extraordinary Hair. New York: Flammarion, 1994.
  • Van der Most, Olga. Poppen in Beeld. De Bilt, the Netherlands: Cantecleer, 1984.
  • Van der Most, Ron & Olga. Poppen in DeMaak. De Bilt, the Netherlands: Cantecleer, 1981.
  • Verhelst, Marlaine. Fantastische Sprookjespoppen(Fantastic Fairy Tale Dolls). De Bilt, the Netherlands: Cantecleer, 1987.
  • Verhelst, Marlaine. Poppen en Beesten (Dolls and Animals). De Bilt, the Netherlands: Cantecleer, 1995.
  • Voerman, Jan. Der Verbeelding. Baarn, the Netherlands: DB, 1986.
  • Wanke, Ruth. Doll Art. Hanover, Germany: Wohlfahrt Verlag, 1995.
  • Whyel, Rosalie. Dolls at 2000: A Celebration of Dolls at the Millennium. Kansas City: UFDC, 2000.
  • Witt, Kathryn. Contemporary American Doll Artists & Their Dolls. Paducah: Collector Books, 2004.
  • Wohlfarth, Gert. Doll Art. Duisburg, Germany: Verlag Puppen & Spielzeug, 1994.
  • Ziegler, Kathleen, and Nick Greco. Fabric Sculpture. Beverly: Rockport Publishers, 1995.